Linklaters is pleased to announce that Ron I. Erlichman has joined the firm as a partner and Head of Energy & Infrastructure in the Americas, based in New York.
Ron advises lenders, sponsors, private investment funds and developers on all phases of the development and financing of energy and infrastructure projects, including renewable energy and carbon neutrality projects. He also advises on matters related to the purchase and sale of these projects and interests therein, including tax equity investments in renewable projects.
Daniel Tyrer, Head of Linklaters’ Energy & Infrastructure Group, commented,
“Ron’s substantial expertise in the renewable energy and project finance space will be invaluable as we guide domestic and international clients through the rapidly changing and complex U.S. energy and infrastructure market. His in-depth transaction knowledge and experience will be a great complement to the top team we have here at Linklaters as we seek to build up our US based Energy and Infrastructure practice.”
Ron joins a distinguished Energy & Infrastructure Group that is ranked Band 1 for Project & Energy in Chambers Global 2021. Linklaters is at the forefront of the market advising on the development and financing of complex, large-scale projects, highly structured transactions and mergers and acquisitions in the energy and infrastructure sector across the globe, in particular in connection with renewable and carbon transition projects.
Tom McGrath, Head of Linklaters’ U.S. Global Practice, added,
“I am delighted to welcome Ron to Linklaters. As we continue to expand our U.S. Practice to meet the growing needs of our clients, Ron brings valuable expertise and further strengthens our bench of top practitioners in the energy and infrastructure sector both in the U.S and globally.”
Ron’s arrival from Sidley Austin LLP follows the recent additions of Peter Williams and Joseph Gambino, who joined the firm’s Capital Markets Group as Structured Finance and Derivatives partners in New York in July 2022; Andrew Gaines, who joined the firm’s Employment & Incentives Group as a partner and U.S. Head of Executive Compensation and Employee Benefits in New York in June 2022; and Don Waack who joined the firm’s Financial Regulation Group as a partner in Washington, D.C. in June 2022.